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Wednesday's Child: Kentae

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Kentae, 7, is an adorable little boy in search of a forever home. He is a huge sports fan and especially loves football. Kentae has a soft side too... He's extremely affectionate and loves to give hugs. He's a ball of energy who likes to stay active and run around. He hopes to find a family that will offer him a better life and loving home.

Our thanks to Tiny Heart Studios for taking these behind-the-scenes photos of our shoot with Kentae at Legoland.

Video slideshow: http://video214.com/play/ZWAbJmtYPSJZpHeSjD4G6Q/s/dark


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